Nobody who already owns 100's of PC games is going to think that switching over to a console and buying 3 console games is going to be a good move.
Tally up the price of your console gaming switch, along with those 100's of already owned games and see what that adds up to.
Well, unless you are selling your previous GPU you will still have those 100s of games and that whole PC gaming station, which will continue to play those games as well as it always has.
Tastes may vary but I've been enjoying my Xbox quite a bit lately, despite having a 3080 powered PC that I'm also still enjoying. It's convenient for me to have the Xbox hooked up to a large TV in one room and the computer in another. All told I'm pretty convinced I'm getting more value out of the two setups than I would have from upgrading to say a 4060ti. I am a little annoyed that the lower-power-in-theory console is often faster to start and resume than the much more powerful PC, and a lot less fussy in general.
Bonus: many game pass games play on both for the same subscription. (Microsoft also sells some games that way, but there's a limited selection.)